CCR Court Program Background
CCR was founded in 1982 with a mission statement of “bringing peace, creating peacemakers" by a group of Christian attorneys to provide an alternative to litigation for the Christian community. Over the years CCR has refined and focused its energy in two specific areas. The first and main program works within the Christian community to provide an understanding of how to remain a productive and viable community, even in the midst of conflict. CCR provides training in-group facilitation, personal peacemaking skills and in mediation skills to encourage “in-house” mediation within each church or organization.
The second program is the Small Claims Court Mediation Program, a non-sectarian mediation service that seeks to reduce overburdened small claims court calendars by providing mediators to assist litigants in resolving their disputes. CCR serves the courts by providing mediators for every calendar period, to assist claimants and defendants in resolving their disputes without having to appear before a judge.
Starting in 1988, CCR has received funding from the
Since the initial grant funding from the
Because of CCR’s consistent and diligent service,
CCR’s goal is to serve the courts by providing ADR for cases better served by mediation and to empower the parties to use a more productive manner of dispute resolution the next time a conflict arises.
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